Ayiti: Reaching Higher Ground
Regine Romain is a photographer of Haitian descent who fuses her interests in travel and culture to explore both spiritual and tangible worlds. She is also a writer, performer, and educator who teaches photography, poetry, multi-media studies, and global history, seeking to stimulate artistic expression, critical inquiry, and social activism in her students. In 1995, she received her BS in International Studies from Bowie State University. In September 2006, she moved to London with her daughter to pursue an MA in Photography and Urban Culture at Goldsmiths, University of London. Upon returning to Brooklyn, Regine served as the Director of Education at the Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts and edited her first book, entitled Diaspora Diaries: An Educator's Guide to MoCADA Artists. She is currently the Director and Founder of Urban PhotoPoets and the Brooklyn Photo Salon and serves as co-director of the Brooklyn Loves Haïti Campaign.
Regine Romain; Ayiti: Reaching Higher Ground. Meridians 1 September 2011; 11 (1): 132–140. doi: https://doi.org/10.2979/meridians.11.1.132
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